Friday, March 3, 2023, 00:19
The ODSessions of the University of Murcia (UMU), which has the support of Aguas de Murcia, CaixaBank, Fundación Cajamurcia and the Regional Government, carried out more than 700 physical health discussions and questions free of charge in Plaza Santo Domingo. of Murcia This activity, which had the support of the Council of the City of Murcia, was part of the February activities, where the UMU raised awareness of the importance of SDG 3 “Health and well-being”.
This fair, citizens are aware of the health and well-being services from UMU to society, including the Sports Medicine Center, University Dental Clinic, Integral Vision Clinic, Prevention Service, Promotion of Child Development and Early Care (SEPRODIAT), Center for Applied Speech Therapy and Hospital Veterinarian Brown. In addition, the UMU REUPS has a Biopsychosocial Care Office, linked to the Spanish Health Network promoted by Universities.
Students and professors from the faculties of Sports Sciences (San Javier), Social and Medical Sciences (Lorca), Nursing (Cartagena, Lorca and Murcia), Medicine (El Palmar), as well as Optics and Optometry and Psychology and Speech Therapy (Espinardo Campus), who this month hosts ODSessions activities.
Students and teachers free medical check-ups in the citizens and care
In parallel with the monitoring of university students, teachers, they carried out free hearing and vision tests and examinations, blood pressure measurements, glucose tests, among others, as well as warnings for first aid action, action against an unconscious person and demonstration of maneuver. using a cardiopulmonary respiration (CPR) simulator. Murcia City, for its part, through the Department of Health and Digital Transformation, directed by Esther Nevado, carried out free HIV tests.
They passed the challenge of the month
These beautiful ODSessions allowed him to meet his challenge in February and to leave reviews and reviews of health at the university community and society. This month’s ODSessions are raising awareness about the importance of SDG 3 ‘health and well-being’, since medical experience checks and screenings are necessary to prevent health problems from becoming chronic, to increase the possibilities of treatment and healing and of course to detect. Early health problems before they become more serious. More at www.odsesiones.um.es
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